If you are interested in the history of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, this museum has all the information you need. ... More
Museum of History and Industry
If you are interested in the history of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, this museum has all the information you need. Exhibits tell the story of the city, from the 1800s to the present. You can even take a walk through a display of the streets of old Seattle and relive the Great Seattle Fire. Other exhibits include Boomtown Seattle during the Klondike Gold Rush; A Change of Worlds, the vanishing race of the Puget Sound Indian peoples, Maritime History and late 19th- and early 20th-century quilts. The museum also houses a huge collection of Pacific Northwest historical materials, with more than 800,000 books, manuscripts, maps and photographs about the region in its archives.
For five days in the middle of February, when the last thing on your mind is spring gardening, this show
comes to town. But don't worry, you won't be cold because this show takes place inside the Washington State ...
In an area surrounded by water, travel by boat makes sense. Washington State Ferry is the largest ferry system in
the United States, serving nearly 18 million commuters and visitors a year. Eight routes service 20 terminals, including the ...
With numerous fun but tacky tourist shops and the Alaskan Way Viaduct thundering overhead, it's a wonder any natives visit
Seattle Waterfront. The views are spectacular, the Bainbridge Island ferry leaves from Colman Dock, and the popular Summer Nights ...